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About Sushi Roku - Las Vegas
L.A.'s wildly popular Sushi Roku is now in the newly expanded Forum Shops on the Las Vegas Strip. With it's critically acclaimed Modern Japanese fare and Zen-like atmosphere, Sushi Roku is a favorite among both locals and visitors. Reservations are recommended.
If you do not see the time you would like available online please call the restaurant and speak with a host.
Las Vegas, NV 89109
Japanese, Sushi, Asian
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: SUN-THU 12pm-4pm, FRI-Saturday 12pm-4pm
Dinner: SUN-THU 4pm-10pm, FRI-SAT 4pm-11pm
Happy Hour: SUN-THU 4pm to 7pm, FRI-SAT 4pm to 6pm
Flamingo / Las Vegas Blvd
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
Customized events held at your location of choice.
*Have the cab driver take you to the NEW valet which is directly on
Las Vegas Boulevard…across from the LINQ….DO NOT let him drop
you off at the main hotel OR underground….
Enter the Forum, take the elevator/escalator to the 3rd Floor
We are just ahead of you when you get off!
Private Party Facilities:
Sushi Roku offers two private dining rooms perfect for groups up to 25 or 35 guests.
Private Party Contact:
Keiko Tamanaha: (702) 733-7373 ext. 3
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Indoor Smoking Area, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
24 hour cancelation policy with $25 per a person to hold reservation.
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Sushi Roku - Las Vegas Ratings and Reviews
3.5 stars. Mixed review. That being said YES we would go back. LONGER REVIEW. We are locals who have been to Sushi Roku 25+ times ever since it opened, and it is one of our Go-To places on the Strip. Normally 4.5 stars, it slipped just a bit this time. SERVICE: We asked for a scenic out of the way table, and it was really out of the way against a wall. Tip - ask for one of the tables against the windows - great view of the strip. Carmelo was our server who was Excellent - great amount of friendliness, attentiveness and advice - a nice experience. Food came out all at once - we would have liked the appetizers first before the "entrees", but they were busy on a Thursday night and that was a minor gripe. FOOD: We "buffet" styled it between the two of us. A-5 Wagyu Japanese beef appetizer - Excellent. Popcorn Shrimp Tempura - Excellent. Sea Bass "sliders" - Excellent. Nothing left here and we are not big people. The one "Fair" entree was the Anago sushi - my companion is a former Thai chef and it was not as fresh as we expected. Fair. OVERALL: All that being said, YES we would go back. This is a hip, cool, go-to place in Vegas which does it well over and over. One slip this time.
We really enjoyed our meal! We had the seared filet skewers with asparagus and foie gras and Shishito peppers as appetitzers: Great! For our entire, The White Lotus Roll and Katana Roll were wonderful! Great view of the strip and friendly and prompt service!
The Fluke Kumquat Appetizer is ridiculously good. A fantastic balance of sweet and salty with a nice mix of textures. I really should've just ordered two of them and called it a dinner, it was so melt in your mouth amazing. I also ordered the crunchy spicy tuna roll, which arrived warm and was delicious but very spicy. Each roll was also a little larger than I would've preferred and I had to take 2 bites per roll so I didn't end up with chipmunk cheeks. But it was delicious and definitely a good choice. I skipped the sake this time and went for the Firehouse Pale 131 beer which was a new one to me and really enjoyable (even though it was completely out of sync with my meal, but that's 100% on me.) Since I went at an off time on an off day it was quiet and easy to get a reservation, but I also could've walked in. The floor to ceiling windows looking out on the strip make for fun viewing, and the quiet dark ambience was relaxing. My server was happy and quick to check on me which was nice since I was by myself and sometimes solo diners get forgotten in the bustle with the larger tables. All in all, really glad I went, and looking forward to going back.
Our group of three had reservations for a late lunch. The place was pretty empty, but yet the service was slow and disjointed. We all ordered bento boxes and the gyoza appetizer to share. Our bento boxes were delivered to the table well in advanced of our gyoza. I had to ask our server about our appetizer. I believe she forgot to put the order in and didn't bother to ask if we still wanted it since we were almost done with our meal. When the gyoza finally arrived we were done eating. My friend and I passed on trying the gyoza because of the amount of oil pooling at the bottom of the serving dish. My son tried one and needless to say, it wasn't very good. I was sadly disappointed because I had heard great reviews about this place. Overall, the bento boxes were good, but the poor service and super oily gyoza outweighed the bento boxes. We won't be going back.
Was in vegas for a conference and was craving sushi. This place hit the spot. All of the entrees (and we ordered a lot of different ones) were excellent. The drinks were superb as well. The crowd was a little thin, but it was a Monday night, and the waitress could've been better, but it was her 1st night I think. All in all a great food experience.
Our Sushi Roku experience began in Scottsdale the week before. We had dinner at that location and absolutely LOVED the food. In fact we liked it so much we went back for lunch on our last day in Scottsdale.
As we prepared for our Vegas trip I started looking at places we could have lunch. When I saw Sushi Roku on a top ten list, I figured it had to be another restaurant with the same name. I looked on their website and sure enough this was the same restaurant. Turns out they have multiple locations in California, Arizona and Nevada.
After we were seated and drink orders taken, a man came to the table to ask if we had menu questions. I asked if he was the manager and it turns out he was the restaurant general manager. Johnny was very pleased when I told him the Scottsdale story and a fantastic meal began. I had put my Scottsdale sushi order into the Notes on my phone and I handed him my phone and said "I'll have this". He respectfully asked if I would be interested in a trying a few new alternative fish and he explained why he thought I would like them. I decided to give it a try and loved one of them and liked the other. Let's get to the food. Order the tuna tartare with black truffles, hamachi serrano, fatty tune (toro), uni and hotate. They are all great. That is not all we had but they were my favorites. Johnny also introduced us to a different wasabi called Kizami. It went well on the toro. So well we had more. And then more again. We also had the Brussels sprout chips, which is something I would normally never eat. But I did and they were good.
What an enjoyable lunch this turned out to be. Cannot wait to return to Vegas for another visit to Sushi Roku.
My husband and I wanted to go somewhere special before the Elton John concert - nothing too heavy, just something light and delicious and Sushi Roku, hit all those boxes. The menu is very interesting lots of great choices. However it's a lot of money for a little bit of food, so save this place for a special occasion. The service was great, everyone was very nice and had great recommendations. Creative menu, even more creative drinks. Two thumbs up for sure.
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